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News & Events

Educator Event

Undocu-Ally Program for Educators
Offered by UC Davis AB540 and Undocumented Student Center

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Learn about how to develop and enhance your service to undocumented students at UC Davis through the Undocu-Ally Program for Educators. All staff, faculty and graduate/professional students are invited. 

CAP-Ed Event

The Latest on the Local Control Funding Formula and Its Impact on School Districts
Education Law Workshop

Thursday, April 9, 2015
11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.

Location: Kronick, Moskovitz Tiedemann & Girard, 400 Capitol Mall, 27th Floor, Sacramento, CA 95814

Parking will be validated – please bring your ticket with you to workshop

Register online for the April workshop.

Presenters: School Services of California’s Michael Ricketts and Patti Herrera and John Gray, president of School Services of California


US News & World Report Ranks School of Education Among Top Graduate Schools for 2016

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The UC Davis School of Education saw an upswing in its rankings this year, reaching No. 38 after ranking No. 45 last year.

The complete Best Graduate Schools rankings and data, in more detail, are posted at USN&WR’s website. For details on other UC Davis rankings, visit the UC Davis website.

Research Kevin Gee

Kevin Gee Named Young Scholar in Competitive Research Program

In January, Kevin Gee, assistant professor of education, received the Foundation for Child Development (FCD) Young Scholars research award.

In a highly competitive national competition, FCD makes only five awards each year. With the funding he received with the award, Gee will examine over the next two years the impact of food insecurity on children’s developmental outcomes, focusing particularly on low-income and children of color in the aftermath of the Great Recession of 2007-09.


CANDEL Alum Co-Authors Guidebook on Teaching Men of Color

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Khalid Akil White (EdD ’14) has co-authored Teaching Men of Color in Community College: A Guidebook (by J. Luke Wood, PhD; Frank Harris III, EdD; Khalid White, EdD).